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7 Steps To An Elegant Fall Wedding...

Honestly, an orange and black fall wedding doesn't have to be all jack-o'-lanterns and skeletons. Give a nod to Halloween with a color palette of orange, red and black, and add on wedding reception details full of elegant drama. Finish it off with playful details like a "Pick Your Poison" bar sign and a cookie escort card display. The... read more

Copper Is the Next Wedding Color Trend

Gold and silver, step aside—there’s a new metallic taking over. Copper details are popping up in creative ways, from glamorous chargers to centerpiece vases and even copper foil on invitations! The best part is, this metal meshes well with any wedding style: Polished copper can look glamorous and elegant, but matte...

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6 Rose Gold Metallic Wedding Ideas!

We don't have to tell you that gold and silver weddings have been a hot trend lately, but there's another metallic you may not have considered yet: rose gold! The blush-hued metallic isn't just for jewelry (even though newly engaged celebs like Emma Roberts have been rocking this trend). It's a softer way to... read more

Brights Are Back! 8 Color Palettes That Are Anything But Boring

White and green weddings have been a hot trend (and we can never get enough of this classic combo), but in the next few months hot hues are going to make a major comeback. And why wouldn't they? A bit of color can take even the simplest setup to wow-worthy. Tip for the... read more

Trend Alert! Hot Winter Wedding Colors

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The hottest trend for winter wedding colors right now are greens and whites with accents of dusty pastels! Go back to basics and look to natural wintry greens, whites and ivories for your palette. Pair lush white blooms with leafy green accents, then add dusty accents like blush and sage for a subtle twist on... read more

And The Wedding Color Of This Year Is…

Radiant Orchid
Yesterday, Pantone announced that radiant orchid is the official color of the year for 2014, and we're predicting it's going to be a hot color for weddings too! Radiant orchid is a cross between purple and pink (which makes it perfect if you love both colors and just can't decide). Like emerald, which was last... read more

Neon Wedding Inspiration — Plus An Electronic After-Party Play List!

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Obviously neon isn't for everyone -- but done in moderation, it can be exactly what you need to punch up your color palette. (Imagine how cool a pop of color would look as a backdrop to your wedding cake, or how fun it would be to change out your shoes for a pair of neon... read more

Color Palette We’re Loving… Aqua and Cherry Red

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What are we doing today? Oh just being total wedding nerds and dying over how amazing cherry red looks next to white and aqua. Play up the playful vibe with a chevron pattern (on your tablecloths, and stationery -- not your bridesmaids!) and then let your details do the talking. Photos clockwise from... read more

Color Palette We’re Loving… Mint, Peach and Gold

Mint, Peach and Gold Wedding Ideas
A pastel color combo with a hint of glamorous gold creates the perfect combination for an elegant affair that isn't too buttoned up. To pull of the look, think simple. Long tables with just a runner and lush full blooms of peachy roses are all you need to make a stunning statement on... read more

A Citrus Inspired Wedding Color Palette of Lemon, Tangerine and Grapefruit

A Citrus Inspired Color Palette
Here's a fun idea: Turn your favorite fruits into a wedding color palette! Here, fresh lemonade, sliced grapefruit and tangerines create a bright, fresh palette that'll really pop. The best part is that these colors can be dressed up or down. Use subdued hues for a classic look and choose traditional flowers like peonies and... read more
The right chairs and chair treatments can transform what was a hodgepodge room into something that's elegant and refined. If it's a black-tie wedding, cover every chair in rich, silk fabric and add a coordinating sash. For a wedding that's outdoors, consider using simple chiavari chairs instead of the plastic folding kind. You can also use your chairs to highlight the season. Pay tribute to the time of year by decorating every one of the chairs with a miniature wreath for a winter wedding, or tie fresh blooms to each of the chair backs if you're having a springtime affair.
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